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Fields of Fire: The Inside Story of Hurling's Great Renaissance
Authors Newsletter
October 2014
Paul Galvin: The Autobiography
by Paul Galvin
October 2014
One Chance
by Emily Gillmor Murphy
October 2014
Run, Lily, Run
by Martha Long
October 2014
Seasons of Hope
by Sister Stan
October 2014
Easter Widows
by Sinead McCoole
October 2014
Down the Crooked Road: My Autobiography
by Mary Black
October 2014
The Convictions of John Delahunt
by Andrew Hughes
September 2014
T.K. Whitaker: Portrait of a Patriot
by Anne Chambers
September 2014
The Thing About December
by Donal Ryan
August 2014
The Rose Garden
by Marita McKenna
July 2014
Liberty Silk
by Kate Beaufoy
June 2014
One Chance
by Emily Gillmor Murphy
June 2014
Little Beauty
by Alison Jameson
May 2014
Ronan O'Gara: Unguarded
by Ronan O'Gara
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Gene Kerrigan

Veteran journalist Gene Kerrigan is the author of four acclaimed novels, the most recent of which, The Rage, won the CWA Gold Dagger for Best Crime Novel of the Year.

George Kimball

George Kimball spent a quarter-century as a sports columnist for the Boston Herald and wrote the popular American At Large column in the Irish Times from 1997. In 1985 he was awarded the Nat Fleischer Award for Excellence in Boxing Journalism from the Boxing Writers Association of America. He covered nearly 400 world-title fights in a four-decade long sports writing career and his bestselling book Four Kings has been acclaimed as one of the best books ever written on boxing. Sadly, George Kimball died in July 2011.

Damian Lawlor

Damian Lawlor, from Kilruane in County Tipperary, is an award-winning journalist and Gaelic Games Correspondent for the Sunday Independent newspaper. He is a presenter with Setanta Sports and also presented Take Your Point on RTE Radio One for two years. Fields Of Fire: The Inside Story Of Hurling's Great Renaissance is his fourth book, following the bestselling I Crossed the Line the Liam Dunne Story; Working On a Dream a Year on the Road with the Waterford Footballers, which was runner-up in the 2009 William Hill Sports Book awards; and All In My Head, Lar Corbett's autobiography, which was shortlisted at the Irish Book Awards in 2012.

Martha Long

Martha Long was born in Dublin in the early 1950s and still lives there today. She has written seven critically acclaimed volumes of autobiography, including the bestselling Ma, He Sold Me for a Few Cigarettes. Run, Lily, Run is her fiction debut.

Declan Lynch

Declan Lynch lives in Wicklow and is a columnist at the Sunday Independent. Previous publications include the acclaimed novel The Rooms and The Book of Poor Ould Fellas, with Arthur Mathews.

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